This would include a new "Roaming Passwords" feature, that lets users save a new password on their phone, but use the same on their PC's Edge browser, making for a seamless web browsing experience. The new mobile version of the app offers many of its familiar desktop/tablet features, including Favorites, Reading Lists and New Tab Pages. The company has announced that it does plan to support the feature in the near future, as well as bringing a fully equipped Edge browser to Apple's iPad to. Microsoft will be hoping Edge has just as big an impact. Microsoft says that it will bring Edge for iOS and Android to additional markets and languages "over time". Many of Edge's features are created to offer a seamless experience when used with a Windows 10 PC.
QR Code Reader: Easily read QR codes at the touch of a button. The browser was released for public testing back in October, giving "hundreds of thousands" of users a chance to put the app through its paces and give feedback to Microsoft. Since then, it has added notable features to the app. This way, users have a quicker means to access their accounts whether they are on mobile or desktop, according to Mashable. The overall design of the browser is similar between platforms, including a dynamic New Tab page with news headlines and an optional dark theme. Both help in ensuring longer working hours for users.
Microsoft Edge is available on the App Store now as a free download. Similarly, the Android version is available in the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada (English and French), China, France and India (English). Furthermore, the app is still letterboxed on iPhone X. And Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android is another step in that journey.